A probate lawyer can assist with estate administration by preparing the legal documents to open the estate, communicating with the court, resolving disputes, notifying interested parties and creditors, preparing an inventory of the assets, assisting with distribution, and providing legal guidance to the personal representative in charge of wrapping up the decedent’s affairs. They help ensure that the distribution of assets is carried out smoothly and in accordance with the deceased’s will, or if there is no will, in accordance with the law.

Consulting with an estate planning attorney offers numerous advantages. These legal professionals aid in the creation of a comprehensive estate plan tailored to your specific needs and objectives. They can assist in drafting critical documents, including wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and advance healthcare directives. By working with an estate planning attorney, you can potentially minimize estate taxes, avoid probate, protect your assets, and ensure that your wishes are respected in the event of your incapacity or after your death.

Estate planning is essential for everyone because it ensures that assets are distributed according to one’s wishes, shields loved ones from legal complications, and facilitates the appointment of guardians and beneficiaries. It helps to prevent potential disputes and secure the future of the family.

Virtual estate planning utilizes technology for remote consultations and document sharing. This approach offers clients convenience, efficiency, and accessibility, enabling them to create a comprehensive estate plan from their location of choice.

Yes, we offer all of our legal services virtually. These include:
Estate Planning
Probate
Personal Injury

We love educating the community on this very topic! You can join us for our upcoming live webinar on how to protect your family through simple estate planning. We will have a Q&A session to answer all of your questions. Feel free to register even if you can’t attend live and we will email you the replay. It’s free! https://events.loughlinlawpa.com/estate-planning-webinar/

Yes! We offer convenient options to accommodate your lifestyle and schedule. The best part – our virtual services come with a discount! Schedule your estate planning strategy and design session here: https://bookloughlinlawpa.as.me/discovery

Yes! We handle uncontested probate administration throughout the state of Florida. You can schedule an appointment here: https://bookloughlinlawpa.as.me/discovery

Yes! We frequently assist our clients with obtaining letters of administration in Florida. You can schedule an appointment here: https://bookloughlinlawpa.as.me/discovery

Yes! We frequently draft wills and trusts for our clients and would be happy to discuss your specific needs during an estate planning strategy and design session. You can schedule an appointment here: https://bookloughlinlawpa.as.me/discovery

Yes, you should update your plan if you live in Florida. Schedule your estate planning strategy and design session here: https://bookloughlinlawpa.as.me/discovery

We have so many stories on failed DIY wills and trusts, and the problem is you don’t know what you don’t know, and with estate planning, you or your family will not know something is wrong or defective until it is too late. Best to get it done professionally so you can have peace of mind. Schedule your estate planning strategy and design session here: https://bookloughlinlawpa.as.me/discovery

If you don’t have a will, the state of Florida has written one for you – it is the Florida intestacy statute. Failing to make a will can sometimes mean that people you don’t know (or don’t like) will inherit from your estate. Schedule your estate planning strategy and design session so you can make these important decisions for yourself and your loved ones: https://bookloughlinlawpa.as.me/discovery

Yes! The reality is sometimes people are worth more after their death than while they are alive, and this is especially important if you have minor children. Schedule your estate planning strategy and design session here: https://bookloughlinlawpa.as.me/discovery

Yes! Do you have contingencies in place? What if one of your beneficiaries predeceases you, or what if one of your beneficiaries cannot inherit due to age or disability/special needs? What if you become incapacitated and need someone to step in to make legal, financial, and/or medical decisions for you? Schedule your estate planning strategy and design session here: https://bookloughlinlawpa.as.me/discovery

You will have a virtual meeting with an attorney to discuss your specific legal matter. Your attorney will review your online questionnaire and make recommendations based on your unique circumstances.

Yes. Our Florida Licensed attorneys have handled hundreds of estate planning and  probate matters for satisfied customers.

1-2 WEEKS

After signing up with our firm, we will begin designing and drafting your legal documents. This is a detail-oriented process that can take several weeks, but we aim to upload your drafts to the secure client portal in two weeks or less.

We work on a flat fee and contingency fee hybrid. For estate planning, we are 100% flat fee, which means no surprise billing and predictable fees you can plan for. For probate administration, we have minimum flat fees for smaller estates, and for larger estates, we take a percentage based on the value of the estate in accordance with the Florida Statutes. For personal injury cases, we are strictly contingency fee and do not get paid unless you do. You can schedule an appointment here: https://bookloughlinlawpa.as.me/discovery

We offer flat rate packages so there are no surprises at the end of our transaction when it comes to legal fees owed.  If you chose a virtual estate planning package, you will be responsible for the signing ceremony and notary costs. 

Our office is located in Boca Raton, FL.

Loughlin Law, P.A.
150 East Palmetto Park Road
Suite 800
Boca Raton, FL 33432